Box Tops for Education

HomeLife Academy Supported Fundraiser

HomeLife Academy gives out thousands of dollars in scholarships each year. We want to be able to continue to do this and to do so we need your help. We would like to introduce you to a fundraiser that you can be a part of with little effort. Please click here Box Tops to read more about Box Tops for Education.
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All you do is buy what you normally buy at the store and if it has a Box Top for Education on it, cut it out and save them for HLA. Once you get several collected or by Feb 16th of each year just put them in an envelope and mail to:

Box Top coordinator

Toni Garner

P.O. Box 405

Oakland, TN 38060


We do the rest. Each box top earns 10¢ towards HLA scholarship fund.

Here are some other ways to raise money through Box Tops for education:


Clip — Clip Box Top coupons from hundreds of participating products and send them to school. Box Tops coupons are worth 10¢ each when our school redeems them from Box Tops for Education.


Shop — Shop at your favorite online stores through the Box Tops MarketplaceSM ( Up to 8% of each qualifying purchase is automatically donated to our school.  There is no additional cost to your purchase and many exclusive deals and discounts can be found!


Buy books — Purchase books online at Barnes & Noble through the Box Tops Reading RoomSM.  Our school will receive 6% of your new book purchases and 3% of all other online purchases.


One of the easiest ways you can help is to sign up to support our school at You will learn about new and easy ways to help our school earn the extra cash it needs.


To learn more, visit—and thanks for choosing to make a difference for our school with Box Tops!


Thank you for your support!

Toni Garner

Home Life Academy 


(888) 560-0774 ext 3508


Participation in the Box Tops fundraiser does not mean HomeLife Academy necessarily endorses all products carrying the Box Top label or the companies which sell those products. It is the responsibilty of parents and students to research the political, social, and environmental issues regarding manufacturing and distribution of consumer products and make careful and conscienteous decisions whether to support them.